Operation Staff Development

Understanding How To Organise, Build and Maintain a Strong Simulation Center Staff – Lessons From The Operations and Directors’ Perspective

Speakers: Mr Erich D. Brauer (Also known as Nick), Ms Kirrian Steer and Mr Ferooz Sekandarpoor
Date: 24 October 2019 (Thu)  | Time: 1510 - 1640 Location: Academia, Level 2, L2-T1

Simulation centres support a variety of educational missions, whether primary training to enter practice, hospital-based refresher training, or community and ancillary testing and training. All these require organisational, administrative and technical expertise to support the educational mission of simulation.

This lecture will provide an overview of the organisational structure and skills expectations in simulation centres to support the respective mission. Individual functions for the specific roles and titles that may be encountered will be described and showcased as they relate to a cross-section of job descriptions and job announcements posted for simulation centres around the world.

Learning Objectives:
  1. Review faculty and staff's roles in healthcare simulation including general job descriptions by title
  2. Outline simulation educational needs from the perspective of each types of simulation centre
  3. Discover how job descriptions for different centre are used to attract and describe these unique positions

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